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Editorial Comment

Editorial Comment


1985, 2, 263 – 263
Geoffrey D. Broadhead,


Research

 

Integration of Handicapped Students: Philosophical Roots in Pragmatism, Idealism and Realism


264 – 272
Claudine Sherrill


 

Mainstreaming Theory and Practice


273 – 276
John M. Dunn,


 

The Effect of Mainstreaming on the Motor Performance of Mentally Retarded and Nonhandicapped Students


277 – 282
G. Lawrence Rarick, Anne Beuter


 

Learning Disabled Students in Physical Education


283 – 291
Claudine Sherrill, Jean L. Pyfer


 

The Performance of Visually Impaired Youngsters in Physical Education Activities: lmplications for Mainstreaming


292 – 299
Joseph P. Winnick


 

Hearing Impaired Students in Physical Education


300 – 306
Sharon Schmidt


 

Placement of Mildly Handicapped Children in Mainstream Physical Education


307 – 313
Geoffrey D. Broadhead


 

The Integration of Handicapped and Nonhandicapped Children in EIementary Physical Education


314 – 319
William B. Karper, Thomas J. Martinek


 

Development of Self-Concept and Self-Efficacy: Considerations for Mainstreaming


320 – 327
Patricia I. Hogan


 

Physical Educators, Attitudes and the Mainstream: Suggestions for Teacher Trainers


328 – 337
James Santomier


 

The Utilization of Behavior Management in Mainstreaming in Physical Education


338 – 346
John M. Dunn, H.D. Bud Fredericks


 

Problems in Mainstreaming Research: Some Personal Observations


347 – 350
William B. Karper, Thomas J. Martinek


Digest

 

DIGEST - Implications for Clinical Measurement of the ATNR


351 – 352


Books & Media

 

BOOKS & MEDIA – Movement Skill Development


353 – 355
Jane E. Clark


 

BOOKS & MEDIA – Assessment in Adapted Physical Education


356 – 357
Barry Lavay


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